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Bravo has cast actress and trans activist Laverne Cox in a guest spot on its first scripted series, “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.” Cox will play Adele Northrop, a Pulitzer-Prize winning war journalist and Lgbt activist who presents an award at a marriage equality gala. Represented by Hartig Hilepo Agency, Cox plays trans prisoner/beautician Sophia on Netflix's “Orange Is the New Black.” She's also appeared on “Bored to Death,” “Law & Order” and “Law & Order: Svu,” as well as in the independent films “Carla” and “The Exhibitionists.” Also read: ‘Ouat's’ Charles Mesure, C. Thomas Howell Join Bravo's ‘Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce’ (Exclusive) Cox will. »
- Jethro Nededog
According to a recent report from TV Line, the "Once Upon A Time" season 4 folks have finally casts their new Disney's Frozen Queen Elsa of Arendelle actress. She will be former Fringe starlette, Georgina Haig (left). In her Once Upon A Time incarnation, Elsa struggled to get her “chilling” powers under control. She also once unleashed an eternal winter upon her town. However, she eventually discovered that the key to keeping her powers in check, is love, particularly, her bond with younger sister ,Anna, and now she is aware of the threat she poses if she were to ever lose control of her magic again. Recently, the producers ,Adam Horowitz and Eddie Kitsis, gave a brief statement about the new Frozen twist, saying: "We are very well aware of how beloved Frozen is, so we’re very careful that we want to tell a story that is uniquely ours but »
Australian actress Georgina Haig has officially been cast as Once Upon A Time’s Queen Elsa from Frozen.
Georgina Haig Cast As Elsa
Please welcome our Elsa -- @GeorginaHaig ! Thrilled to have you join the #OnceUponATime family! #Frozen
— Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) July 3, 2014
Once Upon A Time introduced the magical Queen, who has power over the weather, most notably the cold, in the series’ third season finale. The viewers were treated to a glimpse of Elsa and her powers as she arrived in the fairy tale town of Storybrooke, but a stand-in was used to portray the role, as Elsa had yet to be cast.
'Ouat' Will Feature Elsa After The Events Of 'Frozen'
Horowtiz had previously refused to divulge any details on »
"Once Upon A Time" has cast two characters from "Frozen."
Newcomer Elizabeth Lail is set to play the younger sister of Queen Elsa - Princess Anna, ABC confirmed to AccessHollywood.com on Tuesday.
Photos: 'Once Upon A Time' -- Season 3, From Neverland To Oz
"So excited to welcome Elizabeth Lail as our Anna on #OnceUponATime season 4! #Frozen," Executive Producer Adam Horowitz wrote.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
Once Upon a Time has filled two Frozen roles. Scott Michael Foster (Greek) and newcomer Elizabeth Lail have joined the fourth season of ABC's fairy tale drama as Kristoff and Anna, respectively, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Both are recurring roles. In Disney's Oscar-winning film Frozen, Kristoff — Anna's love interest — was voiced by Jonathan Groff, while Anna — Elsa's younger sister — was voiced by Kristen Bell. The role of Elsa, who was introduced at the end of the season-three finale, still
- Philiana Ng
Frozen Coming To Storybrooke
Ouat ended its third season with a cliffhanger, introducing Frozen’s ice queen, Elsa, into the world of Storybrooke, a town already populated by popular Disney fairy tale characters such as Snow White, Tinkerbell and the Evil Queen. While Elsa was played by a stand in in the finale, producers confirmed that Elsa would feature into the show’s forth season, as would her younger sister, Anna, and Anna’s love interest Kristoff.
Fans desperately wanted the actors who voiced the characters in the hit Disney film to reprise their roles on the small screen come fall, but Ouat has re-cast the roles, in a movie that separates the show from the film.
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas recently welcomed their first child, a baby boy, together, and it got us thinking about how their whirlwind romance began. The Once Upon a Time stars took their fairy-tale love off screen in Fall 2011, got engaged two years later, and got married this April. Throughout the years, they've shared many sweet moments, both as Snow White and Prince Charming on Ouat and off screen. Keep reading to see their love story unfold, from their first red carpet appearance to their fun Harry Potter-themed Halloween costumes! Source: Getty / Jason Merritt »
- Alyse Whitney
Throughout three seasons, Snow White and Prince Charming have been through a lot. They've lost and found each other and both of their children, died or nearly died a few times, and been through too many other traumatic things to count. At the end of the day, they always find each other and are now more in love than ever with their newborn baby, Prince Neal. In honor of stars Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas welcoming their own baby boy, we're celebrating with all the reasons we love Snow and Charming (and their Storybrooke counterparts) Mary Margaret and David - in GIFs, of course. They're just one of our many favorite fairy-tale romances from Ouat. »
- Alyse Whitney
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner! In the final round of our 2014 Girl on Top Tournament, it was one of TV's top detectives vs. the Evil Queen. Yes, two of ABC's fan favorite ladies, Castle's Stana Katic and Once Upon a Time's Lana Parrilla, duked it out for this year's title, taking out the 62 other actresses who made it into the tourney. But who came out on top? After calculating the (many, many!) votes, we officially have a new Girl on Top champion. Drumroll, please... Congratulations are in order for Castle's Stana Katic! Stana was able to defeat Ouat's Lana Parrilla in the heated final round of competition, with 57.16 percent of the votes. Can you think »
Warning: We're about to recap the biggest twist from this Sunday's season three finale of Once Upon a Time! If you do not wish to know the chilling news, leave now, for everyone else grab a coat and read on! The cold never bothered us anyway! Did anyone see that big Once Upon a Time twist coming? (Answer: We did!) In Sunday night's jam-packed season three finale, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) went on a time-traveling adventure after getting sucked into Zelena's (Rebecca Mader) treacherous portal We'll get more into the daring details in tomorrow morning's Ouat post-mortem, (complete with spell-binding scoop from creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy »
Once Upon a Time star Ginnifer Goodwin recently married her Prince Charming, literally, as the actress who plays Snow White on ABC's fairy-tale-themed drama wed her co-star Josh Dallas, who plays Prince Charming. On Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, a pregnant Goodwin opened up about the details of the ceremony, noting, "I married Prince Charming." On April 12, two days after wrapping production on Ouat, Goodwin and Dallas tied the knot in Venice, Calif. Photos: 'Once Upon a Time' Stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas Married The actress said it was a "very, very small wedding," but
- Hilary Lewis
Josh Dallas joined his pregnant fiancée, Ginnifer Goodwin, at Vancouver International Airport on Sunday, and he made sure to push all their luggage, so she didn't have to lift a finger. The Once Upon a Time costars just wrapped season three of their hit fairy-tale drama and headed to La for the final months of Ginnifer's pregnancy. On Monday, Ginnifer showed off her baby bump in a white shirt while shopping in Hollywood. The couple announced their engagement in October, they one-upped it with exciting baby news in November, and in their case, art imitates life. On Ouat, Ginnifer's character Snow White is also expecting, though with the Wicked Witch trying to mess with her pregnancy, it's a bit more dramatic on screen than off! View Slideshow › »
- Alyse Whitney
Rebecca Mader will take center stage on this week’s Once Upon a Time when the show finally takes a deep-dive into Zelena’s backstory in an episode aptly titled “It’s Not Easy Being Green.” EW spoke with Ouat’s resident wicked witch to talk about how Mader found out she’d scored the coveted role as one of this season’s baddies, what fans can expect from this Sunday’s episode, and more:
Mader remembers the day her agent called her and told her Once Upon a Time creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz wanted her to be on the show. »
- Pamela Gocobachi
Still reeling from a certain character’s untimely exit on Sunday night’s Once Upon A Time? If you were among the group of Once-ers hoping that would return somewhere down the line in the story, it looks like that person is gone for good. The actor in question took to Twitter to explain why had to go.
Check out the series of tweets below, but proceed with caution if you haven’t watched Sunday’s Once Upon A Time as there are major spoilers ahead!
Once Upon A Time said a tearful goodbye to series regular Neal (Michael Raymond-James) but, »
- Pamela Gocobachi
The first cut is the deepest. Especially when you're trimming 32 handsome leading men! Alas, it had to be done in order to crown our next Alpha Male Madness winner. Our annual tournament is officially underway and 32 small screen actors have advanced to the second round of competition. Some of the fan favorites who fell in round one? Ouat's Colin O'Donoghue, Teen Wolf's Tyler Posey and two True Blood hunks, Stephen Moyer and Joe Manganiello, to name but a few. (Hate to see them go, love to watch them leave. Sorry, we're gross.) But let's not dwell on the past as a new round of voting kicks off...right now! Still in the running for 2014's title are all three of »
Sebastian Stan has his hands full with his role of Bucky Barnes/the Winter Soldier in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but that doesn't stop fans from clamoring to have him back on "Once Upon A Time." His last appearance as The Mad Hatter was in the 2012 episode "The Doctor," and he says a return likely won't happen any time soon.
"It's a hard question to sort of answer," Stan tells Zap2it while promoting "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." "I really enjoy that character and I have a lot of fun, and I enjoyed both of the showrunners and everyone on the show. Never say never. It's very possible. At the moment, it's not really on my radar, but you never know. I remain a big fan of everybody there."
He does think that there is story left to be told with that character, though he says that any questions »
While the residents of Storybrooke are in the dark about who cursed them this time and why (and the past year's events) on "Once Upon a Time," the audience knows exactly who's behind it: The Wicked Witch of the West.
Rebecca Mader's new villain gleefully exclaimed in the midseason premiere that "wicked always wins" as she put the finishing touches on her curse thanks to Chris Gorham's flying monkey procuring Regina's blood. While we still don't know exactly why the Wicked Witch is so intent on cursing the Fairy Tale Land characters, "Ouat" creators told Zap2it it has to do with jealousy.
Based on these first look photos ABC just released from this Sunday's (March 16) all-new episode, "Witch Hunt," the Wicked Witch is hiding in plain sight, mixing among the amnesia-cursed Storybrooke residents in the present as Zelena, a "kindly" midwife. Is Zelena going to try to steal Snow White's baby? »
[This is a review of Once Upon a Time season 3, episode 12. There will be Spoilers.]
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s… the long-awaited, mid-season premiere of Once Upon A Time! ‘New York City Serenade’ kicks off a solid run of episodes leading up to the finale in May. Old friends are reunited, new foes are introduced and the stage is prepped for an all new adventure.
Time jumps are standard fare after a hiatus but in classic Ouat style, there are two worlds involved. First, the whole Storybrooke crew is back in the Enchanted Forest and their story picks up at the moment of return. But Emma (Jennifer Morrison) ...
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- Heather Donmoyer
[Ahoy, Oncers: We've got some spoilers ahead.]
Flying monkeys! Surprise(ish) pregnancies! Another curse! Clearly, there’s a lot to unpack from Once Upon a Time’s midseason premiere — but thankfully, EW had the opportunity to chat with Ouat star/savior Jennifer Morrison after we’d seen the episode. She couldn’t answer every burning question… but she could tease some pretty interesting details about the fairy tale series’ journey into Oz.
Read on to learn why the woman who plays Emma Swan might miss Neverland, what makes this half-season’s villain so wicked, what the future holds for a certain presumed-dead fan favorite — and, of course, »
- Hillary Busis
"Once Upon a Time" finally returned from its midseason hiatus on Sunday (March 9), and so much went down in Fairtytale Land, New York City, and even a mysteriously reappeared Storybrooke, that Zap2it went straight to the showrunners to get some answers.
"Ouat" creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz spilled the beans on what's coming next for all our favorite characters and some wicked new ones that showed up in the final moments of "New York City Serenade." Read on for all the scoop below:
Wicked isn't coming ... it's here
While our favorite characters have no idea what they're in for back in Fairytale Land, the audience got a glimpse of the Wicked Witch, and she was positively glowing with excitement for what she has planned. "The vengeance that she wants to enact is exactly what we're going to get into the next episode," Horowitz reveals.
Kitsis elaborates, "When we »
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